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The Southwest Section (Monterey Bay Chapter) is hosting the Fall Section Meeting October 22-25, 2015 in Santa Cruz.


Our chapter will pay the registration ($129.00) of one first-time attendee to a Southwest Section meeting.  You must attend the business meeting on October 24.  Please apply by October 10, use the contact form or email Lynne Hsia.


All members:  check out the wonderful meeting schedule, location, and activities planned for the Section Meeting by going to Page down to Fall Section Meeting and that link will provide all the details and registration forms.  No password is required.


The Ninety-Nines, Inc.

is the world's largest and oldest organization of licensed women pilots. We are a non-profit organization with over 6,500 members worldwide in 35 countries. The membership is organized into sections, and then into local area chapters.


The Antelope Valley, California chapter of the Ninety-Nines serves local members in Palmdale, Lancaster, Rosamond, California City, Tehachipi, Inyokern, and Lone Pine. We also have members in other states.




The Antelope Valley (CA) Chapter

is an exciting chapter with 40 members. The diverse membership includes a commercial airline pilot, an astronaut, military pilot, glider pilots, helicopter pilot, flight test engineers, others who work for NASA Armstrong. Chapter members hangar their airplanes or fly out of Fox Field (Lancaster), Rosamond Skypark, Mojave, California City, Inyokern, Tehachapi, Lone Pine and Edwards AFB airports.

The Antelope Valley is a dynamic environment with a buzzing general aviation community. It is home to Edwards Air Force Base and NASA Armstrong Aircraft Operations Facility. Many aviation firsts have happened in our own "backyard", including breaking the sound barrier (1947), the first space shuttle landings (1981), and Voyager's nonstop around the world flight (1986).

Excellent weather and wide-open spaces make the Antelope Valley a great place to fly!!


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